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Prep Basketball Scores and Highlights, Thursday 3/6

BOYS BASKETBALL

State AA Playoffs

Play In

Billings Skyview 77, Billings Senior 72, OT

 

State A at Great Falls

First Round

Belgrade 40, Polson 35

Columbia Falls 50, Havre 36

Dillon 59, Miles City 47

Laurel 61, Stevensville 41

 

Southern B at Billings (Metra)

First Round

Columbus 74, Lame Deer 45

Huntley Project 50, Whitehall 43

Jefferson (Boulder) 65, Colstrip 51

Joliet 50, Forsyth 40

 

State C at Butte

First Round

Box Elder 88, Drummond 60

Fairview 66, Wibaux 53

Superior 52, Broadus 39

Westby-Grenora 49, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 46

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

State AA Playoffs

Play In

Bozeman 58, Butte 43

 

Northern B at Conrad

First Round

Choteau 40, Glasgow 25

Conrad 58, Wolf Point 46

Fairfield 64, Harlem 11

Malta 41, Rocky Boy 32

 

Southern B at Billings (Metra)

First Round

Colstrip 53, Manhattan 51

Forsyth 49, Columbus 31

Shepherd 54, Baker 46

 

Southern C at MIles City

First Round

Broadview-Lavina 55, Broadus 45

Harlowton-Ryegate 59, Terry 36

Jordan 58, Absarokee 42

Park City 40, Northern Cheyenne 30

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